Oil sands projects alberta

16 Sep 2016 The Canadian province of Alberta, the heart of the oil sands industry, has approved three new projects worth about $3 billion (Cdn$4bn) of 

Fort McMurray, Alberta. Jointly owned by Imperial Oil and ExxonMobil Canada, the Kearl Oil Sands Project is one of Canada's largest open-pit mining operations   9 Dec 2019 Alberta Province has approved a new oil sands project costing more than $200 million by Grizzly Oil Sands ULC in northern Alberta, Kallanish. 6 Feb 2020 preparing an aid package for Alberta, heart of the country's struggling oil industry, that would help dull the pain if it blocks an oilsands project  6 Feb 2020 About 20 oil sands projects currently sit dormant despite receiving approval. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said his cabinet will deliver its 

And, as Alberta’s government is quick to point out, some of the same companies pulling away from oil sands are continuing to invest in oil projects elsewhere in the world including in countries

The Frontier project is a proposed oil sands mine in northeastern Alberta. Teck is committed to developing the Frontier Project responsibly by incorporating best  Frontier oil sands project was a proposed oil sands mine near Fort McMurray, Alberta which was to be developed by Teck Resources. 1 Mar 2020 The application withdrawal the Teck Frontier project means that existing producers with approved projects or those planning expansions have  Tucker Oil Sands Project – approximate cost of $500 million, completed in 2006. As well as proposed and emerging projects in Athabasca and Cold Lake regions:  

9 Nov 2019 Alberta's oil sands were formed millions of years ago, as tiny marine with the opening of the Great Canadian Oil Sands project – now Suncor.

Frontier oil sands project was a proposed oil sands mine near Fort McMurray, Alberta which was to be developed by Teck Resources. 1 Mar 2020 The application withdrawal the Teck Frontier project means that existing producers with approved projects or those planning expansions have  Tucker Oil Sands Project – approximate cost of $500 million, completed in 2006. As well as proposed and emerging projects in Athabasca and Cold Lake regions:  

The Frontier project is a proposed oil sands mine in northeastern Alberta. Teck is committed to developing the Frontier Project responsibly by incorporating best 

9 Nov 2019 Alberta's oil sands were formed millions of years ago, as tiny marine with the opening of the Great Canadian Oil Sands project – now Suncor.

2 Mar 2020 The collapse of the Frontier oil sands project should spark debate about Alberta's extremely high emissions. Please chip in to support more 

28 Jan 2020 Decision on Teck's massive $20.6-billion oilsands project could be Alberta, capable of eventually producing 260,000 barrels of crude oil per 

Presents the locations of oil sands projects and upgraders in the province and indicates their current status (operating, construction, approved, application, or announced). Separate maps are included for each of the Athabasca, Cold Lake, and Peace River regions. The Oil Sands Information Portal is a searchable data repository, providing maps, reports, graphs, tables and downloads of current and historical trends and details. The Grizzly Oil Sands’ May River oil sands project has been approved. The project will be located northwest of Conklin, between Fort McMurray and Lac La Biche, and produce about 12,000 barrels